A Globe High School newspaper editor met with the principal and superintendent Monday in an attempt to clear up a Dec. 7 incident in which school officials pulled 700 issues of The Papoose. The incident sparked a public disagreement between newspaper staffers and administrators regarding why the papers were pulled.
A new bill introduced Thursday inCalifornia's Senate would protect high school and college journalismadvisers' careers from being jeopardized because of student speech.
A federal judge on Feb. 11 ruled for thesecond time that the Poway Unified School District did not violate a formerstudent's rights to freedom of speech and free exercise of religion whenofficials punished him for wearing an anti-gay T-shirt.
A lawsuit brought by several former Clatskanie High School basketball players who were kicked off their team after petitioning their coach to resign will continue after the U.S. District Court for Oregon denied the Clatskanie School District's motion for summary judgment Feb. 12.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday declinedto grant a hearing sought by the Novato Unified School District, letting stand aMay 2007 California Court of Appeals decision that a former high school studentjournalist was wrongfully disciplined by the administration over a controversialeditorial.
The dispute between The Electron staff at Franklin Community High School and their principal --who wanted to enact a prior review policy after a January newspaper spread onsex --was resolved Wednesday.
The audience for Yellow Springs HighSchool's "One Acts," an annual fundraiser showing one-actplays written and directed by students, saw one less play Friday when a seniorrefused to alter character dialogue prohibited by administrators.
A Ponce de Leon High School junior is suingthe Holmes County School Board, alleging that her principal violated herfree-speech rights by intimidating her and other students who wanted to publiclysupport gay rights.
The former Juneau-Douglas High School student whofought his suspension for holding up a "Bong Hits 4 Jesus" bannerduring an off-campus event is being asked to reimburse the school district forabout $5,000 in court fees.